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  Tu B'Shvat: Obsolete?  
 
By Yoni Lavi
Update date: 1/27/2020, 08:04
 
Can the modern man, armed with the latest generation of smartphone, connected to the internet and to hi-tech, relate to an arbor birthday or learn something from a humble tree?  


The Planted People  
  The Planted People  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 2/3/2020, 19:40
 
Why did the Men of the Great Assembly who codified our liturgy use the term "plant us within our borders" rather than "settle us" or "place us"?  


The Tu B’shvat Seder  
  The Tu B’shvat Seder  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 2/9/2020, 17:53
 
Many people traditionally celebrate Tu B’Shvat – the New Year for trees – with the lovely custom of having a “Seder” where they rejoice in the exquisite fruit of the trees.  


Trees, Israel, and Geula  
  Trees, Israel, and Geula  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 2/3/2020, 19:25
 
Why is there a special New Year for trees? On Tu B'Shvat, the almond trees in the mountains of Israel begin to blossom, carrying a special message for the Jewish People...  


Tu B’Shvat and Shovevim  
  Tu B’Shvat and Shovevim  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 2/1/2020, 19:31
 
“The righteous man shall flower like a date palm and grow tall like a cedar of Lebanon.” Why does King David use a double imagery of date palm and cedar? The answer...  


Bad Tree, Bad Apple  
  Bad Tree, Bad Apple  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 2/3/2020, 20:07
 
Parental influence plays a big role in a child's life, and often determines whether the daughter will grow up to be a Miriam Bilega or a Yehudit Maccabee...  


The Tenth of Tevet - What it Means For Us Today  
  The Tenth of Tevet - What it Means For Us Today  
 
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 1/9/2020, 00:50
 
We are so disillusioned by a world without the Beit Hamikdash that truth and fiction, sacred and profane blur before us. In our long exile, we have strayed so far..  


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  Tu B'Shvat and Shehechyanu  
 
By Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Haber
Update date: 2/3/2020, 19:28
 
One should make a concerted effort to make the Shecheyanu blessing on new fruits, perhaps the custom came from Tu B’shvat – the New Year for the trees...  


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  Tu B'Shvat - Why Israel?  
 
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 2/3/2020, 20:24
 
There I was, dressed in my ripped undershirt, wearing my old weight-lifting gloves, when I was asked a very difficult question. Unlike...  


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